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Cranial Restructuring / Re: My NCR photo testimonial
« on: February 12, 2013, 11:12:43 am »
Yes, my eyes have become further apart and horizontally symmetrical.

I didn't think it was possible when I started the process but it was one of the things I wanted from it, physically, the most. People with extremely narrow-set eyes are often unconsciously perceived as creepy, deviants, or even pedophiles, this is just the sad reality. A few people have asked me for more pictures so I'll take more soon, I keep forgetting. I have mainly put it off because  I want access to a nikon camera or a real camera and not just this crappy webcam on my computer :]


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Introduction / Re: Welcome (introduce yourself)
« on: January 13, 2013, 03:16:01 pm »
Welcome guys!

I hope people continue to share and use this forum, even if I'm not always involved in it! Let me know if you need something, just email me.

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Stem Cell Tech
« on: January 13, 2013, 02:58:20 pm »
Me too!

Thanks  ;D

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Looking for help
« on: January 13, 2013, 01:52:05 pm »
Sorry, I took a month or two break from the responsibilities and stresses of the site. I replied to your post on my NCR thread.

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: My NCR photo testimonial
« on: January 13, 2013, 01:30:40 pm »
I am not teaching people to do the self treatment anymore because it's too much of a liability for me. Too many people got insignificant results, and two caused more harm than good.  About a half-dozen or so people had awesome results.

I have no idea what would account for this discrepancy, because I can't actually see how people are doing it. It's nuanced, after all, and a lot of things can affect the rate of progress even beyond the technique.

After banging my head against the wall trying to figure out what people were doing differently from one another, I just gave up.

Plus google nuked my site, and I no longer make money from it (never made much to begin with, lol). So I apologize for not spending time here. Just wanted to keep the site and forum up to allow people to share the info.

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: CP's NCR / Endo-Nasal Balloon Results
« on: September 19, 2012, 09:14:58 pm »
Alex, I am certain there are an unlimited number of ways to improve this therapy, and people with their own expertise in areas like acupuncture are invaluable in the potential to improve an already good thing.

Dr. Howell created his little empire from improving bilateral nasal specific, and a guy in florida has found a variety of ways to improve neurocranial restructuring which he turned into a very successful business.

Please email me at bstratt25@gmail.com with your ideas and information


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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Nakedeye's first NCR attempt!
« on: August 14, 2012, 07:32:44 am »
Did I give you the muscle testing technique or did you independently realize it on your own?

Only in the past couple months have I realized that muscle testing is a very effective method for this therapy. It would be strange if you came to the same conclusion in your own.

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Nakedeye's first NCR attempt!
« on: August 12, 2012, 10:54:35 pm »
Hi Nakedeye, good to hear from you again. I've never thought about the swing of the arms changing but maybe it's related to the overall change in posture.

I definitely think since you say you've gotten headaches - albeit mild.. you might want to take more time off from the treatments but it's really all up to you and your discernment.

I'm more gung-ho myself and tend towards overtreating, but it is important to know that if you treat with less rests, the treatments will be less effective and you'll be more prone to having things like headaches. It all depends on the type of headache you experience though. If it's a sensitivity headache (i.e. your head has a dull ache when you press it against a pillow) then it's a good sign that you should lay off the treatment for a day or two. If it's a tension headache then it's just a matter of being more careful and not a sign of overtreating...  If it's a migraine type headache, well..I've never had any experience with that myself. All I can say is just be cautious and don't get too crazy, even though you feel invincible :)

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: My NCR photo testimonial
« on: August 09, 2012, 08:15:47 pm »
you know, I just realized something....


when did you have your 1st session with hillary??

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: My NCR photo testimonial
« on: August 09, 2012, 08:13:04 pm »
Thanks for the compliments, the 3rd picture is your 3rd session, right? I definitely see an improvement.
Nice to see you here messiahmews :)

Any goodies on camelot?
did you see that I advertised there? check out kerry's blog... look for the eye... lol.

it cost me $340 though and... I've made $30 of that back. hahahaha. terrible investment but I gave it my best shot.

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Nakedeye's first NCR attempt!
« on: August 09, 2012, 08:09:18 pm »
Hillary is fantastic!

I like her too :)

Well, I definitely say people should do what they're comfortable with. not everyone is cut out to treat themselves, by a long shot. and some people only get benefits when with a doc. so I say, do what feels right, nothing to worry about.

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Nakedeye's first NCR attempt!
« on: July 25, 2012, 10:33:53 pm »
Yes Nakedeye,

I honestly think you're one of the rare people who just understands intuitively what this is all about. You've got a good sense about it, a self awareness and a knack for this which is really crucial. I can sense it through your writing. You're spot on about intentions, expectations, diet, and the rest of it.

When people think nothing is going to improve, and they aren't persistent, and they aren't willing to make any changes to their lifestyle to become healthier, they don't improve. Even if they just subconsciously have doubt, this can dramatically impede progress. Those people like you who really want to improve and expect to improve DO improve every single time. Your mind is linked to all the cells in your body, once you give them the momentum to change position you've got to do the rest physiologically and psychologically. Try as I might to explain this sort of thing in my emails, it isn't something you can teach. People just naturally understand it or they don't.

This reminds me of a story my old NCR doctor told me... she once treated a patient who was brought in by his girlfriend. She basically forced him into it, and he angrily complied but was very annoyed about having to sit through "this bullshit." As you may know, NCR docs have to give about 45 minutes of bodywork prior to treatment, so both the patient and doctor were uncomfortable the entire time. Then when he was finally treated, he cried bloody murder. "OWW WHAT ARE YOU TRYING TO DO, KILL ME?" He complained his head ached for months and his body was never the same.

Maybe he was right. Maybe it really did mess him up. But that was because he mentally viewed it as a trauma, and so his body reacted in this way and locked up to create these circumstances.

As the polar opposite example, I had done my research and was absolutely convinced I'd receive huge benefits from NCR. I also wanted to improve more than anyone else had in the past. It turned out I really did improve my first session more than almost anybody in the history of NCR. It's because I wanted it, I expected it, not because I'm special or the doctor had a lucky series.

When I switched doctors to somebody I didn't particularly like, I improved a lot less. In fact, I may not have made any progress with her at all (despite giving her $3000!).  Just a coincidence? I don't think so.

Thanks for the well wishes buddy

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Orgonites
« on: July 25, 2012, 10:24:46 pm »
Okay I updated the article, instructions on how to make your own are there now.

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Cranial Restructuring / Re: Orgonites
« on: July 25, 2012, 10:16:30 am »
Orgonite is nice isn't it! I was really happy when I first discovered it a few years back. It's nice because you can just "set it and forget it." lol. Recently after one of my visitors begged me to look into earthing I decided to take him seriously and try it. I'd heard of it for a few years but never believed it would really make much of a difference. First just putting my feet on the ground, I noticed the pain I had really diminished after half an hour. Then I decided to create my own makeshift (very makeshift) earthing device using a copper tube/copper wire and copper coupling...  I'm going to revise my article on earthing, it's AMAZING. Once you've been connected for a few hours, it's like being on painkillers, benzodiazepines, and high all at the same time. 

May sound like hippie **** to some people, but man it's life-changing. Just more proof that life naturally is supposed to be pleasant and enjoyable but we live in this synthetic world where we've been cut off from it.

definitely going to revise my article.

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Introduction / Re: Welcome (introduce yourself)
« on: July 17, 2012, 07:28:42 pm »
hahaha, welcome you two.

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